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Artivity alpha release available for macOS

We are proud to announce that the first pre-release version of Artivity codenamed ‘Altamira’ can be downloaded for macOS from our project website. Following an intensive six-month development sprint which started in March this year, the software is now ready for testing by artists and designers using the Creative Cloud ... Read more

Artivity presentation at SEMANTiCS 2016

The annual SEMANTiCS conference is the meeting place for professionals who make semantic computing work, and understand its benefits and know its limitations. Our highlight this year is the Artivity Presentation at the Linked Data Exposure track, held by Sebastian Faubel. This year’s conference is located at Leipzig University in Germany. As ... Read more

Trinity adds SPARQL parameters and automatic prefixes

Our enterprise grade Semantic Web platform just got better: With support for bindable SPARQL parameters and automatic prefix declarations, the new Semiodesk Trinity 0.9.122 release substantially improves the usability and performance of the query API. Automatic Prefix Declaration Trinity users will already know the Vocabulary Class Generator feature which allows to use ontology terms ... Read more

Artivity to be available for Windows and Mac OS X

The Artivity Project aims to produce an open desktop logging framework for arts practice. It allows for capturing detailed data about the creation process of digital artwork and its context. This data can be used to study the techniques, workflow and sources of inspiration in the creation process of digital ... Read more


I have worked with Semiodesk on Artivity. Their involvement enabled the project which would not have happened otherwise. The tight project deadlines required rapid development which Semiodesk delivered successfully on time. The quality of their work is evident in both the efficiency of their tools and the communication of their technical expertise. It is a pleasure to work with them and I am already looking forward to future projects combining research in the arts and humanities with semantic technologies."

Dr. Athanasios Velios